Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, Grindelwald
Receiving feedback for excellence of the service and warmth of welcome, staff take a personal interest in guests. Set beside the train station and a stone’s throw from Grindelwald’s centre, the bus terminal is just a 1 minute walk away (50m) for easy access up to Waldspitz and Busalp walking areas. Decorated in light pine-wood throughout, the ambience is truly relaxing and incredible Mount Eiger and Wetterhorn views can be enjoyed from various parts of the hotel. Guests love the fondue or raclette offered as an alternative to the half board menu.
Lift does not serve the top floor.
Board basis options available
Set at the foot of the impressive ‘North Face’ of the Eiger, with its dramatic glaciers in full view, Grindelwald is a friendly mountain village with chalet-style houses, cafés, restaurants and a good variety of shops. This is fantastic walking country, and Grindelwald has easy access by rail, cable-car and gondola,to both sides of the valley, encompassing a lion’s share of the Jungfrau region’s best paths. Take the ‘First’ gondola from the village for fabulous, scenic walks, or the ‘Männlichen’ gondola to meet the cable-car down to Wengen. The highlight of the region is to travel on one of the world’s most famous railway journeys through the Eiger to the Jungfraujoch, Europe’s highest railway station’, at 3,454m. Our hotels in Grindelwald give you a great choice of accommodation.
Like most of Switzerland, this is fantastic walking country and Grindelwald hotels give you easy access by rail, cable-car and gondola, to both sides of the valley, encompassing a lion's share of the Jungfrau region's best paths. Take the 'First' gondola for fabulous, scenic walks, or the Männlichen gondola to meet the cable-car down to Wengen. Alternatively, travel on one of the world's most famous railway journeys through tunnels and past glaciers to the Jungfraujoch at 3,454m. Holidays in Grindelwald give good access for excursions to Wilderswil, Interlaken and the lakes of Thun and Brienz.
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A ‘must-see’ for all visitors is the ultimate rail journey through the Eiger, and up to Europe’s highest railway station at 3,454m, for breathtaking views including the 14km-long Aletsch glacier and the ‘Ice Palace’.
A trip up the famous Schilthorn, set of film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, for fantastic views of the surrounding snow-clad peaks.
Many more options available locally through your Representative.
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